Mt Desert Narrows Camping Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMt Desert Narrows Camping Resort Bar Harbor
nice place to stay. limited wifi unless you want to pay a lot. AT&T and verizon both work ok
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We traveled down to the south end of Mount Desert Island.
We drive down to the south west end of park below Southeast Harbor to the Wonderland Trail where we walked down south to the shore then along the coastline.
We walked west along the cobblestone beach where we found a really fun arrangement of rocks in the form of a couch. …
... It certainly is far busier than Atlantic Canada & took some time getting used to again!!
We were headed to Acadia National Park but unfortunately and to our surprise the campground was full! We found a private campground not far from the entrance to the park & hunkered down for another windy night!! Next morning we thought the storm had passed by without the forecasted rain - but no ...
... we thought we would see.
We went on down to see Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, located on non-other than Bass Harbor! It was really a beautiful harbor and is at the southern most tip of Mount Desert Island.
Went on over to Seawall to enjoy our picnic. WE got a wonderful spot over looking the water!! A seagull even came over and kept me company while sitting and relaxing on the rocks.
The drive took us over to Northeast Harbor ...
... after Tasmania (which is very similar) I can see what is so special. Tassie wins hands down on beauty and food quality, I think we are under valuing Australia's tourist potential. We are enjoying the experience and all of us are really interested in the difference between our life in Australia and people in the US. Everyone we have met have been really wonderful but life is hard here. Some people we have met have 3 jobs. Health insurance is ...
... but this one had character and class, as well as a display of stuffed Canadian animals showing all those I'd seen so far, and many that I hadn't. I had to go to a department store to see Canadian animals, and they weren't even live ones....a bit embarrassing to admit that! Considering all the time I'd spent travelling in National Parks famed for them in the last 11 days...maybe when I get to the Rockies I'll have more success. The final leg of our drive took us ...